The Supply Chain Matters blog provides an editorial commentary reflecting on the eventual need for new thinking and different directions in supply chain sourcing and customer fulfillment.
The Supply Chain Matters blog features This Week in Supply Chain Management Tech, a synopsis of noteworthy technology focused investment developments. Technology and services providers mentioned in this update include Contemporary Amperex Technology, United Parcel Service, FedEx Ground and Berkshire Grey, SAP SE and Google Cloud, as well as Expression Networks and GHX.
The Supply Chain Matters blog share the belief as to why precision planning and inventory management will be crucial for retail focused supply chain management teams over the coming four months.
The Supply Chain Matters blog reflects on electric auto maker Tesla’s Q2-2021 financial and supply chain operational performance. Increasingly, as other industry players move more towards electrically powered vehicles, there will likely be a need to alter the industry’s manufacturing and vehicle distribution strategies with consideration for leaner finished vehicles or make to order strategies.
Supply chain business process and technology industry analyst Bob Ferrari provides highlights and takeaways from Oracle’s Future of Business online event held this week.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides highlights of this week release of the Annual State of Logistics Report sponsored by CSCMP including an outside-in external perspective.
Supply Chain Matters Podcast Episode 13- New Manifestations of Lean and Connected Manufacturing with Richard Lebovitz
The Supply Chain Matters blog announces availability of Podcast Episode 13- New Manifestations of Lean and Connected Manufacturing. Moderator Bob Ferrari speaks with Richard Lebovitz, widely recognized thought leader in lean thinking and just-in-time manufacturing processes and the Founder and CEO of Austin Texas based LeanDNA.
The Supply Chain Matters blog alerts readers to an upcoming podcast: New Manifestations of Lean Thinking and Connected Manufacturing, with lean thinking thought leader and expert, Richard Lebovitz, Founder and CEO of LeanDNA.
In this Supply Chain Matters blog commentary we share perspectives on the ongoing post Suez Canal disruption impacting multiple-industries, and how today’s Cloud based logistics and WMS technology capabilities can aide in mitigation. We include highlights of a conversation with an Oracle WMS technology executive.
This Supply Chain Matters This Week in Supply Chain Tech commentary highlights how Oracle’s prior acquisition of NetSuite has ow resulted in augmented supply chain management technology capabilities for NetSuite users.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights an announcement by supply chain technology applications provider Blue Yonder now indicating intent to IPO, throwing into question a prior report that Panasonic was about to acquire this provider.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides an update on business spend management Cloud platform provider Coupa Software. Specifically, we home in on a report of progress after Coupa’s acquisition of supply chain analytics technology provider Llamasoft in November of 2020.